The evolution of professional social work education, scholarship, and community service at the University of Southern California / Frances Lomas Feldman with Maurice Hamovitch, Helen Northen, Rino Patti, and other contributors.

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Alternate Title:Evolution of USC social work education
Main Author: Feldman, Frances Lomas.
Corporate Author: University of Southern California. School of Social Work.
Other Authors: Hamovitch, Maurice, Northen, Helen., Patti, Rino J.
Format: Book
Published: [Los Angeles] : School of Social Work, University of Southern California, [1996]
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1 The School of Social Work is Established
  • Chapter 2 Emory Bogardus' Early Years at USC and the Establishment of the Department of Sociology
  • Chapter 3 Social Work Training Becomes a Reality
  • Chapter 4 Social Services in an Era of Social Disaster
  • Chapter 5 Reconstruction: Dean Arlien Johnson's Early Years at the School
  • Chapter 6 The Forties
  • Chapter 7 Fifties
  • Chapter 8 The Stinson Era: 1959-68
  • Chapter 9 The Hamovitch Era: 1968-80
  • Chapter 10 The Roberts Era: 1980-88
  • Chapter 11 The Deanship of Rino Patti: 1988
  • Chapter 12 Countinuing Activities
  • Research and Scholarship / by Maurice B. Hamovitch
  • Social Work Practice at USC: Its Roots and Branches / by Helen Northen
  • Looking to the Future: The USC School of Social Work in the 21st Century / by Dean Rino J. Patti.